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JonSobakk

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Hi Folks, 

just joined the group. Not an owner yet, but dreaming of getting hold on a horse. Looking forward to learn more! 

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welcome aboard from the same side of the pond :norway:

i think @Lars isn't too to far away from you 

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                            :greetings-wavingyellow:       :WRS:

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Welcome to :rs:!

More Euro Wheel Horse enthusiasts are always welcome.

 

Regards,

Steve

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6 hours ago, JonSobakk said:

Hi Folks, 

just joined the group. Not an owner yet, but dreaming of getting hold on a horse. Looking forward to learn more! 

Cool ! I was just listening to some Norwegian black metal !:music-rockout:

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Thanks all for this great intro! As a former (and trained) Professional lumberjack (Now Country IT and BPO Head of DHL logistics), i have bought a small farm for maintaining my knowledge of agricultural topics. I have been looking for ages to find a tractor with small-scale equipent that would be sufficient. I came across the WheelHorse just by accident, and am looking around to find the right red horse to come with me home to my farm to be saddled up in my week-ends. Any suggestions where to look would be much appreciated! Have a nice weekend all! 

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JonSobakk,

There are some other Red Square members from Norway, a couple from Sweden, at least one from Denmark that I remember, Dutch and Belgian owners, and a fair size continent from the UK.

I would suggest conversing with these gentlemen might lead you to Wheel Horse sources in the Euro locale.

Also watching and reviewing the Europe subdivision of the forum and Euro Classifieds regularly should be helpful to you.

While you can find all kinds of advice on mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic issues here online, the above mentioned group will be much more likely to steer you toward actually finding a Wheel Horse in Europe to suit you needs.

I live in Indiana where Wheel Horse tractors were manufactured in the US and just about anything I might want in the way of a particular model, implement, or part is within a couple of hours drive from my home.

It won't be that easy in Europe, but by trying to connect with our Euro members, you probably will be able to locate a tractor that best suits your needs.

Good luck!

 

Steve

 

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Check the Member Map for Euro contacts:

http://www.wheelhorseforum.com/membermap/

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I assume you have tried all the www sites.....auctionzip, craigslist, ebay, etc.      

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I'm not sure what the current status of this deal is, but if you are looking for something specific from the US, I suggest you check this thread and follow up with those involved in this plan.

Filling a Container Bound for Denmark!!! CAn send parts

 

 

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:WRS:        If you tell enough people you will be surprised how many will spot one for you.     :woohoo:

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Jon check the following thread out.

 

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